Stacy and Biblarz attribute this consensus to the heterosexist circumstances in which these studies take place, where the slightest difference may be exploited by those opposed to same-sex families. As regards same-sex parent families, those in which the children were born of surrogacy to a gay household are those that are the most different from the traditional model of family.
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Neirinck, C. Everywhere today, the effects of globalisation via the circulation and exchange of goods, people, ideas, and representations, reflect in sexuality policies, norms and behaviours. Without being able to establish statistics, qualitative research led among those who used surrogacy in the Unites-States shows that they usually keep contact with the gestational carriers who, as a matter of fact, are never anonymous , whereas relations with egg donors are more tenuous Golombok, ; Gross,